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Let's Go Everywhere by Medeski, Martin and Wood

Album

Let's Go Everywhere

Medeski, Martin and Wood

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Album

Let's Go Everywhere

Medeski, Martin and Wood

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Label: MRI
Children's music is the new vogue, and parents everywhere will be thanking their lucky stars that MMW's getting in on the act, thanks to -- what else? -- a playdate that led to the idea. Let's Go Everywhere is pretty delightful, and its winning equation goes something like this: friendly acid jazz + pint-sized collaborators = quality kids music. Guest vocalist Tim Ingham nails the title track, and John Lurie's gruff rendering of the strange story "The Squalb" is a highlight. But that funky, hard-driving rendition of "Pat A Cake" takes the, uh, cake.

About This Album

Children's music is the new vogue, and parents everywhere will be thanking their lucky stars that MMW's getting in on the act, thanks to -- what else? -- a playdate that led to the idea. Let's Go Everywhere is pretty delightful, and its winning equation goes something like this: friendly acid jazz + pint-sized collaborators = quality kids music. Guest vocalist Tim Ingham nails the title track, and John Lurie's gruff rendering of the strange story "The Squalb" is a highlight. But that funky, hard-driving rendition of "Pat A Cake" takes the, uh, cake.

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About This Album

Children's music is the new vogue, and parents everywhere will be thanking their lucky stars that MMW's getting in on the act, thanks to -- what else? -- a playdate that led to the idea. Let's Go Everywhere is pretty delightful, and its winning equation goes something like this: friendly acid jazz + pint-sized collaborators = quality kids music. Guest vocalist Tim Ingham nails the title track, and John Lurie's gruff rendering of the strange story "The Squalb" is a highlight. But that funky, hard-driving rendition of "Pat A Cake" takes the, uh, cake.